Here is another story, so typical of the Caribbean (especially in The Bahamas) where corrupt judges and politicians are making millions off the backs of the hard-working people.
The trial of a man accused of the murder of an 11-year-old boy did not proceed because of our country’s dysfunctional legal system.
More outrageous delays in what many thought would be an open-and-shut case against Kohfe Goodman, the man accused of murdering 11-year-old Marco Archer in September, 2011.
Attorney Wayne Munroe is warning the police that it would be a gamble for them to try to raid web shops before he finishes his legal shenanigans.
In what can only be described as typical Bahamas courtroom nonsense, the Nassau Guardian reports that the murder trial of Kofhe Goodman, who is accused of murdering Marco Archer, faced another delay as lawyers wrangled over the evidence.
Embattled Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade said he was offended by Louis Bacon’s public comments referring to the 2010 “terrorist” police raid on his Lyford Cay home.
The AG’s office must fully carry out its mandate and that is to serve at the behest of the people of The Bahamas. There has to be more accountability from this office and any shades of gray should be eliminated.
A violent mindset is growing in The Bahamas that could lead to even more chaos and social unrest.
Justice Indra Charles has adjourned the murder trial of Prince Hepburn… once again.